Posted by admin | Monday, January 14, 2019
If you want to be part of the action, you can volunteer to help make the snow blocks. The snow blocks pack together 20tons of snow to make a 12 foot block. They are crafted with heavy equipment and human power. One volunteer job is to dance on top of the snow as it is being packed into the mold. This takes place January 15-18th so that the blocks have time to settle and compact, making them ideal for carving. Visit GoBreck.com to sign up to be a volunteer.
There will be a free shuttle to the event from the Colorado Mountain College parking lot on Airport Road. You can also access the event from Breckenridge’s free ride public transportation. The stop at the F-Lot is the closest to the event.
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The Holidays in Breckenridge
Posted by admin | Friday, November 23, 2018
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Holiday Dog Parade
Holiday Shopping All Season
Breckenridge Craft Spirits Festival
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How to Register
Posted by toby | Friday, August 25, 2017
Don’t miss one last opportunity to party in the streets of Breckenridge before the snow flies. Soon everyone will be looking for epic runs, but this fall you will have a chance to enjoy sunshine, food, beer and golden leaves. Oktoberfest in Breckenridge will be held September 8th-10th. While the street party will be downtown, there will be celebrations and events throughout Breckenridge.
The Street Party
The street party will take place on Friday, Saturday, and Sunday throughout the afternoon. It will include German food vendors, beer, live entertainment, traditional costumes, and polka! Each year party goers get their commemorative stein to enjoy drinks and keep as a souvenir. You can order this year’s stein ahead of time, and you should because they often run out. While this event is centered around brews, there are also games, face-painting, and entertainment for kids.
Leave Your Pets at Home
Unlike most other events in Breckenridge, this festival doesn’t include dog friends. The abundance of food and drink makes it too challenging to create a safe environment for pets.
The Brewmaster Dinner will be held at 10 Mile Station. It will include four courses paired with carefully chosen beers. Each course will feature a traditional German dish from appetizers to dessert. Reservations are required for this decadent event.
If you would like to get a workout before splurging on sausage, spatzel, and Bavarian brews, join the 5K trail run. You can enjoy local trails and cross the finish line in time to celebrate all afternoon at the street party.
You could also start out your day on Saturday with a brunch hosted by Breckenridge Brewery. Savor local craft beers and relish creative and artistic dishes over a several course meal. This event also requires a reservation.
Check Out the Leaves
In addition to all of the festivities in town, the aspen leaves will be at their peak. Wander down trails under a thick canopy of golden leaves. Take scenic drives or go for a bike ride. This will be an ideal weekend to take in all of the best sites and spectacular views that the mountains have to offer.
Oktoberfest is the perfect opportunity to get away for the weekend. Enjoy friends, music, tradition, food, and beer. Take in stunning vistas and revel in the last golden days of the season. Check out Breckenridge Resort Managers to find a comfortable condo or house to share with friends in a convenient location for the weekend. For a full schedule of events, to order steins or make a reservation for an event go to Go Breck.
Photo Credits: Breckenridge Tourism Office
What To Do In Breck During The Summer
Posted by toby | Friday, June 2, 2017
Breckenridge has tons of summer activities for the whole family. If the cool, fresh mountain air, spectacular views and fields of wild alpine flowers are not enough to draw you into the mountains, there are plenty of events and activities to enjoy with your friends and family. Here are a few of our favorites.
Tours with Breckenridge Heritage Alliance
The Breckenridge Heritage Alliance offers a broad range of walking tours guided by local experts. You can take a leisurely stroll through the historic district in downtown, join friends for a Victorian Tea in a historic home, or take a Twilight Tombstone Tour. They also offer hikes to historic mining ghost towns and other places of interest near Breckenridge.
Country Boy Mine
Located just two miles from downtown Breckenridge, the Country Boy Mine is the perfect place to learn about the area’s rich mining history. Once an active gold mine, you can now take a mine tour and see what it was like working underground. This isn’t just a museum; you can also try panning for gold yourself or slide down the 55 ft. ore shoot. The Country Boy Mine is a great attraction for the whole family.
There are festivals and events most weekends throughout the summer. Plan your trip around an event that piques your interest, such as the WAVE: Light + Water event, Breckenridge Beer Fest, or The International Festival of Arts. Take in exhibits and events throughout the festivals while enjoying all the shops and dining in downtown Breckenridge.
Events at the Riverwalk Center
The Riverwalk is a venue that offers concerts and events ranging from free late night movies to classical performances to folk concerts. Check out their schedule and enjoy your favorite artists in this stunning venue.
Hike a 14er
Colorado is proud of its many peaks over 14,000 feet, lovingly called 14ers. There is no shortage of 14ers near Breckenridge. Mt. Quandary is one of the most commonly ascended peaks. The trailhead is easy to access, located off of Highway 9 going south toward Hoosier Pass. Start early in the morning to avoid dangerous afternoon thunderstorms. If your family is not up to a 14er, there are many easier hikes that allow you to enjoy beautiful scenery at a comfortable pace. See our past post about best hikes to view the wildflowers.
Local Hiking Trails
If a 14er isn’t in the schedule for you, try one from Breckenridge’s extensive trail system with hiking trails for all skill levels. Beginners, kids and families will enjoy Boreas Pass Rd which has great views, but is relatively flat and wide. More advanced hikers will enjoy Boreas Pass mountain trail or Baker’s Tank Trail which is littered with wild roses and other wildflowers. (Learn more about our local wildflowers here.) There are many options for trails of all lengths, which you can learn about here: http://www.breckenridgerecreation.com/fun-things-to-do-/open-space-trails/trail-maps
Take the Gondola up the mountain and experience Epic Discovery. An all day pass will get you access to the alpine slide, alpine coaster, ziplines, climbing walls, a bungee trampoline, mini golf and so much more. Epic Discovery provides a full day of activity for everyone in the family. Some of the activities have age and height requirements, so check to make sure your family can enjoy the activities they were looking forward to. Epic Discovery also offers off-road jeep tours, guided hikes, and guided mountain bike rides.
Summer is the ideal time to plan a getaway to the mountains. Leave the business and heat of the city behind. Enjoy quality time with your family at the many family friendly attractions. Find adventure on a hike or mountain bike ride. Enjoy miles of paved trails for road biking, play a round of golf and check out your favorite artists all within the vicinity of this relaxing mountain town. Book the perfect home base for your summer adventure with Breckenridge Resort Managers.
Photo: "Old Gold Mine Near Breckenridge" by Lars Plougmann
Photo: "Blue Colombine on Boreas Pass" by Colorado's Wildflowers
Breck Bike Week
Posted by toby | Friday, May 26, 2017
Breckenridge has more to offer for outdoor adventurers than just skiing. As soon as the snow melts and the mud dries, it is time to bike! There are amazing trails all over Summit County perfect for mountain bikers ranging in skill level from beginner to advanced. Road biking on miles of paved trails is another way to enjoy the stunning scenery throughout Summit County. Breck Bike Week offers the ideal opportunity to learn more about biking, bike trails, trail etiquette and all the latest equipment, as well as celebrate the sport with friends.
Kick Off The Week
Breck Bike Week kicks off on Wednesday, June 21st with the Summit County Bike to Work Day. Start the day biking in for a cup of coffee at Blue River Plaza and close out the day with a bike-in movie.
The week will include various clinics. Women can check out the mountain bike clinic designed specifically for women interested learning more about single track riding. There are also workshops for more advanced riders. Learn about bike maintenance in the maintenance clinic. You can even do a bike crawl exploring the best high altitude distilleries and breweries.
Friday and Saturday feature a Vendor Expo and Demo. Check out the latest bikes and even take some out for a demo ride. Get a feel for the best new components and see what’s the latest in the world of biking equipment.
The Poker Ride, a fundraiser for Summit Fat Tire to support their local trail work takes place on Saturday. Ride between all the stops, gathering a poker card at each stop. Present your hand at Napper Tandy’s during the Poker Rider Party party to compete for an awesome prize. If your hand is a dud, you will still be entered for great raffle prizes.
For some entertainment check out the Pond Crossing. If you are brave, you can join participants as they try to cross the dredge pond on a 10” plank. Dress up to match the disco theme and win a prize for best costume or most spectacular fall. You can even enter the big wheel race that circles the pond.
Both avid and casual riders will find an event they enjoy during Breck Bike Week. Many of the events throughout the week are free, however they are limited to only a few participants. Go to GoBreck.org to view all of the details for each event. The page also provides contact emails to sign up for specific events. Get to know a new side of Breckenridge through all of the events offered during Breck Bike Week. The tips and trails you can learn about during this week will help you enjoy biking all summer long.
Photo: “2010_07_Firecracker50_004” by Dave Wrigh
USA Pro Cycling Challenge Breckenridge 2015
Posted by toby | Thursday, July 2, 2015
USA Pro Cycling Challenge Breckenridge 2015
Breckenridge Day 1- USA Pro Challenge Stage Four is on August 20, 2015 at 10:15 AM
From Aspen to Breckenridge, over Independence Pass, Trout Creek Pass and Hoosier Pass, finishing with the awful Moonstone road climb and down Boreas Pass to the finish line.
Day 1 Activities for the USA Pro Challenge-
• Scavenger Hunt on Main Street
• Bike-themed fun at the new Breckenridge Arts District
• Stunt Show in the Village from 12-6
• The Strider Cup on Main Street at noon
• The Wish for Wheels parade at 12:30
• Street Sprints on Main Street at 1
• Music by Trout Steak Revival in the Village beginning at noon
• Music by Dave and Brad in the Village beginning at 2
• Watch the finish in town or on the big screen at the Riverwalk Center lawn at 3
• USA Pro Challenge 2015 awards ceremony beginning at 4
• More music by Trout Steak Revival in the Festival Village at 4:30
• Bike decorating and costume parade through town at 6
• Concert by The Reverend Peyton’s Big Damn Band at 7:30
Breckenridge Day 2- USA Pro Challenge Stage Five- Women’s and Men’s time trials on August 21, 2015 at 1:00 PM
This 8.5 mile time trial starts out on the flats, then a sharp climb up Moonstone road.
Day 2 Activities for the USA Pro Challenge-
• Stunt show on the Riverwalk Center lawn
• Bike-themed fun at the new Breckenridge Arts District
• Time Trials begin at 10
• USA Pro Challenge women’s awards at 12-1
• Bike Pond Crossing on the Dredge pond starting at 1
• Kids’ games and bike rodeo in the Village starting at 1:30
• Live feed of the final time trial competitors on the big screen at the Riverwalk Center lawn starting at 2
• USA Pro Challenge 2015 men’s awards at 4
• Free concert with Los Lobos at the Riverwalk Center starting at 7:30
Breckenridge Ullr Fest 2015- Schedule of Events
Posted by toby | Tuesday, December 30, 2014
Schedule of Events for Breckenridge Ullr Fest 2015
January 11th 2015
Ice Skating Party at the town ice rink from 3:30 – 5:30
January 12th 2015
Crowning of the Ullr King and Queen from 6 – 8
January 13th 2015
Ullympics at Carter Park from 6:00 – 8:00
January 14th 2015
Breck’s Got Talent at the Breckenridge Riverwalk Center- Doors at 6:00 and Show at 6:30
January 15th 2015
Ullr Parade on Main street in Breck starting at 4:30
Ullr Bonfire at the Gondola lot from 5:00 – 7:00
January 16th 2015
Comedy Night at the Riverwalk Center, doors at 7:00, Show at 8:00, tickets $25
ULLR BIKE fat tire bike races at the Gold Run Nordic center
USA PRO Challenge 2014 - Breckenridge
Posted by toby | Wednesday, August 13, 2014
Stage 5 finish of the USA Pro Challenge hits Breckenridge on August 22nd 2014, after a grueling 80 mile trek from woodland Park Colorado. Though the first 55 miles are a beautiful and gradual ride through the Colorado countryside, the last 25 miles will take these riders over both Hoosier pass and Boreas pass, proving who the real climbers are. Don’t miss the Finish of the USA Pro challenge in Breckenridge, at about 3:p.m. on August 22nd 2014.
USA Pro Cycling Challenge 2014 race day events-
Thursday August 21st Town of Breckenridge River walk Lawn- bike in movie night
Friday August 22nd will bring a free concert at the Breckenridge River walk Center- Big Head Todd and the Monsters at 7:30 p.m.
5 insiders tips to fully enjoy the race-
1. The race finishes at about 3:30, but you need to get your spot along main street early! Activities begin at noon, and carry on until and after the race.
2. Speaking of early, if you are coming from the south to Breckenridge, the road will be closed for many hours prior to race time. Get on the road early if you do not want to miss the finish of the USA pro challenge on Main Street.
3. Parking will be a zoo, so again, early birds will be happy! If you arrive in town early, you may have a shot at parking in town at one of our many lots. However, as the USA pro challenge finish gets closer, Main Street will be closed, and parking will be very limited. The best places to find open parking are at the gondola lots, the satellite lot at the north of town, the ice rink lot, and the gold rush lot.
4. Now you are here, early (hopefully), and you want to be in selfie distance from the finishing racers, right? There is quite a long stretch of highway 9 in Breckenridge that will get you directly in the action, from the south entrance to town, past the ice rink, and several blocks past you will have a front row seat. Also, several blocks north you will be able to get face to face with the athletes.
5. Wait or wait. The race is over, and you have a choice to make. You can either wait in traffic, heading back to your Breckenridge vacation rental or back home, or you can wait in town for traffic to clear up, and enjoy all the shopping, dining, and activities that make our town special. Stay, shop, have dinner, and go back to your bed happy and relaxed. Unless you enjoy traffic…
Breckenridge Oktoberfest 2014 - Schedule
Posted by toby | Thursday, July 17, 2014
Breckenridge Oktoberfest 2014 – schedule of events
2014 is the 20th year of our renowned Breckenridge Oktoberfest celebration, and we get better every year, offering more and better foods and beers. The party begins on Main Street in Breckenridge, Friday the 12th 2014 at 2 p.m., for those who are brave! The party continues each day, through Sunday at 5 p.m.
Friday the 12th
2– 6 First day of our Main Street Biergarten Party
6– 9 the succulent Brewmaster Dinner: Paulaner beers uniquely paired with fantastic food. This is how kings eat!
Saturday the 13th
10 - 1 Breckenridge Oktoberfest 5K Trail Run
10 – 6 Main Street biergarten Party- Save you strength!
Sunday the 14th
10– 5 Main Street Party- if you have made it this far, one more day wont hurt.
Breckenridge 4th of July 2014 schedule of events
Posted by toby | Tuesday, June 24, 2014
Breckenridge 4th of July 2014 schedule of events
7- Independence Day Trail Run – Starts at carter park
9:30- Firecracker 50 Mountain Bike Race –Race will start on Main Street, right before the parade!
9- BHA Fourth of July Garden Party - 9:00 a.m. on the Barney Ford museum lawn.
10- Main Street Parade (wooo!) – The parade will consists of 30+ floats of all shapes and sizes, rolling down main street, on to park avenue, and into history.
9 to 7- Budweiser Clydesdales
12:30 to 2:30- Kids’ Water Fight – right on main street, fire hoses included!
2- Free concert at the Breck River Walk Center
8:30 NRO: 4th of July Concert at the river walk center
9:45- Fireworks! These can be seen from pretty much anywhere in town.
Breckenridge Kingdom Days 2014- Schedule of Events
Posted by toby | Friday, May 30, 2014
Schedule of Events for Breckenridge Kingdom Days 2014
June 13 2014- Friday
Barney Ford, Edwin Carter Museum tours - 11– 3
Breckenridge Kingdom Days 2104 Town Party- 4 – 9
June 14 2014- Saturday
Gun Fights! Shots fired at Main Street Station- 10 to 12 and 2 to 4
Reading of the Breckenridge Kingdom Days Proclamation at the Breckenridge Welcome Center- 11
Kids' outdoor activities- 111 E. Washington Avenue from 11 – 3
Meet Red Tail, the Breckenridge mountain man at 111 N. Ridge Street from 11 – 4
Petting zoo and museum tour of the Barney Ford House at 111 E. Washington Avenue from 11– 4
Mining activities and gold panning in the Blue River Plaza on Main Street from 11 – 5
Blacksmithing Demonstrations in the Barney Ford parking lot from 12 – 4
National Repertory Orchestra concert at the Riverwalk Center starting 7:30
June 15 2014- Sunday
Breckenridge Kingdom Days 2014 Sunday Market at Main Street Station from 9– 2
Gun Fights, again! Hunker down at the Main Street Station three times throughout the day- 10, 12, 2
Breckenridge Kids Fun Area on the Riverwalk Center Lawn from 11-4
Breckenridge Outhouse Races- Main Street, 2 p.m.
Breckenridge Spring Fever 2014
Posted by | Friday, March 14, 2014
Breckenridge Spring Fever 2014- too much snow and too much fun.
Breckenridge Spring Fever is our month long celebration of both the end of winter and the ski season of 2014 and the beginning of summertime, with its warm temperatures and bountiful offering of activities. Spring in Breckenridge is the perfect blend of killer snow, awesome skiing, warm temperatures, and outdoor fun.
Schedule of events for Breckenridge Spring Fever 2014
· Performances by nationally recognized musicians form the Spring Fever concert series.
· Ripperoo’s Mini World Cup
· Ripperoo’s Winter Mascot Olympics
· Park, Pipe, and Big Mountain Camps
· The Breckenridge Spring Fever Chili Cook-off
· Easter egg hunts
· Easter service at the TenMile Station on the Breckenridge Ski Resort
· The 18th Annual Imperial Challenge- April 12
· Super G & Giant Slalom Races
· Big mountain freestyle competition on Peak 6
· Throwback Throw down superpipe/minipipe competition hucks into its third year.
· Breckenridge Ascent Series, every Wednesday
Performances during Breckenridge Spring Fever 2014
To be announced!
Four major concerts will close out the final weekends of Spring Fever and the 2014 ski season in style. Each Saturday and Sunday during the final two weekends of ski season, the base of Peak 8 will heat up with nationally touring acts, preforming live for you. Each day will bring a new act, a new flavor, and a new way to enjoy closing out the 2014 ski season.
Saturday- April 12
Sunday- April 13
Saturday- April 19
Sunday- April 20
Breckenridge Ullr Fest 2014- Schedule of Events
Posted by toby | Friday, December 27, 2013
Breckenridge Ullr Fest 2014- Schedule of Events January 5th through January 11th 2014 1/5/2014 Ullr King and Queen Crowning 6-8:30, Riverwalk Center – Witness the crowning of the King and Queen of Breckenridge Ullr Fest 2014, and listen to live music by bluegrass boys, the Honey Gitters. 1/6/2014 Family Snow Day 3:30-5:30, Breckenridge Nordic Center – Your whole family will find their inner ullr through Nordic (cross country) skiing, snowshoeing, or make your own Ullr Helmet. 1/7/2014 Ullympics 6-8, Riverwalk Center- free for all!- Just like it sounds, Ullympics are a unholy marriage of our favorite snow God, and snow themed games. 1/8/2014 Breck’s Got Talent Doors at 6, Show at 6, Backstage Theatre, $5 – Talent abounds (hopefully)at the Backstage Theatre.
1/9/2014 Ullr Parade 4:30, Main Street – What it is all about! Come out and pay homage to our favorite snow god, witness the unique local spirit in action, and have a good time! Ullr Bonfire 5– 7, Gondola parking lot– Started as a sacrifice of old skis to Ullr, the bonfire continues to be a staple of the celebration, lifting the desire for new snow into the night sky. 1/10/2014 Comedy Night, doors at 7, Show at 8, Riverwalk Center 1/11/2014 2nd Annual Ullr Pond Hockey Tournament 9– 4, Gold Run Nordic Center
Breckenridge Rodeo 2013 Schedule PRCA
Posted by toby | Sunday, June 30, 2013
Breckenridge Rodeo Season 2013 is here, and ready to buck some excitement into your summer vacation. Below is the schedule for the 2013 Breckenridge Rodeo Season. Saturday June 22nd & Sunday June 23rd, 5:00 p.m. each day. Saturday June 29th & Sunday June 30th, 5:00 p.m. each day. Saturday July 6th & Sunday July 7th, 5:00 p.m. each day. Saturday July 13th & Sunday July 14th, 5:00 p.m. each day. CBR Horizon Tour Series 2013 “Bull riding only!”– Friday July 19th, 5:00 p.m. Saturday July 20th & Sunday July 21st, 5:00 p.m. each day. Saturday July 27th & Sunday July 28th, 5:00 p.m. each day. Saturday August 3rd & Sunday August 4th, 5:00 p.m. each day. Saturday August 10th & Sunday August 11th,5:00p.m. each day. Saturday August 17th & Sunday August 18th,5:00p.m. each day. Saturday August 24th – Sunday August 25th,5:00p.m each day. Saturday August 31st&SundaySeptember 1st,5:00pm each day Saturday August 31st 10:00 a.m- 2013 Million Dollar Bucking Bull Championship The Breckenridge rodeo is located at 730 Airport Rd., Breckenridge, CO 80424. Free transportation wil be provided from Breck Station to the rodeo grounds every half hour.
Breckenridge Ullr Fest 2013
Posted by toby | Thursday, January 10, 2013
Breckenridge winter dew tour 2012
Posted by toby | Tuesday, December 4, 2012
Lighting of Breckenridge 2012
Posted by toby | Saturday, November 24, 2012
Lighting of Breckenridge - Dec. 1, 20122:30 p.m. — 3:30 p.m.- The Summit Choral Society will be preforming your favorite Holiday songs, in the Blue River Plaza, Main street 3:00 p.m.—6:00 p.m. Holiday Carolers will be walking Main St. and getting everyone in the mood. 3:30 p.m- Holiday Dance Performance in the Blue River Plaza. 4:00 p.m.- Race of the Santas/Kids Reindeer Run begins right on Main St. by the Blue River Plaza. Dozens of Santas will race down main street as the unofficial start of the Lighting of Breckenridge 2012. 4:30 p.m.- Free hot cocoa and cookies to start the Main street parade to the tree. 5:00 p.m. Santa arrives in front of the fire station, and proceeds to the Blue River Plaza for the lighting of Breckenridge 2012. 5:15 p.m.- We light the Tree! 5:30 p.m.—7:00 p.m.- Photos with Santa at the Barney Ford Museum! The tree is lit, for you! These Santas are fast!
Top 5 things to experience on Breckenridge opening day 2012 2013
Posted by toby | Sunday, September 30, 2012
Welcome to Breckenridge opening day 2012 2013, which will begin for you on November 9th, 2012! As excited as we all get for this time of year, and as many great experiences as it brings, we have narrowed it down the the top five most exciting parts of Breckenridge opening day. Drumroll.... 1. Lots of opening day terrain- sure, ski area opening day at most areas include a short, narrow, "ribbon of death". However, in Breckenridge, we have one of the most comprehensive and effective snowmaking systems in the world. SO no matter the early season conditions, Breckenridge is always open with plenty of terrain for everyone, and no ribbon of death. 2. Escape the crowd- Early season is a great time to hit the slopes, with no crowds. Sure, there is limited terrain compared to peak season. However, for the terrain that is open, the lack of people on the mountain make you feel like it is all yours. 3. Everything is fresh, new, and clean- From the wax on the bottom of your skiis, to the merchandise in our retail stores, to the warm and inviting attitudes of our helpful town employees, Breckenridge has a brand new, grand opening every November. Everything has been shipped in, pulled out, dusted off, shined up, and prepared just for your vacation. 4. Early Season ticket prices- Aside from late spring, early season offers some of the best lift ticket rates of the entire year. Yes, 100% of the mountain is not open yet. However, two seasons ago, the t-bar was open by Thanksgiving, so there is always a really good chance that you can grab both a great price, and a great experience. Ticket rates for 2012-2013- Nov 9 (Opening) - Nov 15, 2012 -$67 Adult / $46 Child Nov 16, 2012 - Nov 20, 2012 -$76 Adult / $46 Child Nov 21, 2012 - Nov 30, 2012 -$85 Adult / $46 Child Dec 1, 2012 - Dec 7, 2012 -$87 Adult / $46 Child Dec 8, 2012 - Dec 14, 2012 -$93 Adult / $46 Child Dec 15, 2012 - Dec 21, 2012 -$99 Adult / $54 Child Dec 22, 2012 - Jan 5, 2013 -$99 Adult / $57 Child Jan 6, 2013 - Jan 17, 2013 -$93 Adult / $54 Child Jan 18, 2013 - Jan 21, 2013 -$99 Adult / $57 Child Jan 22, 2013 - Feb 14, 2013 -$93 Adult / $54 Child Feb 15, 2013 - Feb 24, 2013 -$99 Adult / $57 Child Feb 25, 2013 - Mar 7, 2013 -$93 Adult / $54 Child Mar 8, 2013 - Mar 31, 2013 -$99 Adult / $57 Child Apr 1 - Apr 14, 2013 (Closing) -$93 Adult / $54 Child 5. Awesome deals on lodging- 25% off 4 nights or more- that is right, 25% off if you book your lodging early. Search, call, or email us for your early season lodging deal right now, and take advantage of everything, 1-5.
Fall comes to Breckenridge Oktoberfest 2012 is on the way.
Posted by toby | Saturday, September 1, 2012
Breckenridge Fourth of July 2012
Posted by toby | Friday, May 18, 2012
Breckenridge Spring Fever 2012
Posted by toby | Friday, March 23, 2012
- A town-wide St. Patrick’s Day celebration
- 5 till 5 Terrain Park Happy Hour Thursday nights off of the 5 Chair lift
- The inaugural “Then & Now” Halfpipe Competition
- The “Breck Ascent Series” uphill races on Wednesday nights
- Park and Pipe Breck Ski and Ride School Camps
- Ripperoo’s Mascot Olympics
- The Breck 5 Peaks Mountaineering Race, North America’s longest ski mountaineering race
- The KSMT Spring Beer Festival
- The 16th Annual Imperial Challenge bike & ski race
- Easter Egg Hunts & Easter weekend activities on the mountain
- Happy Hour Bar & Restaurant Specials Across Town and The Mountain
- Chris Fairbanks
- Dan Levy
- Eddie Ifft
Breckenridge 4th of July 2011
Posted by toby | Tuesday, June 28, 2011
Breckenidge spring fever 2011
Posted by toby | Thursday, March 3, 2011
Breckenridge Spring Fever 2011 Event Schedule1859 Restaurant Special April 1 - Sunday, April 24, throughout town Brought to you by the Breckenridge Restaurant Association, “Breck 1859”, offers $18.59 menu items, celebrating the year Breckenridge was founded! Look for the Breck 1859 flags flying outside. Breckenridge Spring Fever 2011 Concert Series April 2 - Sunday, April 17- base of Peak 8 Live, loud, and free concerts every weekend in April, Lineup will be announced soon “Fever Reliever” Offerings from our Main Street Merchants Saturday, April 2 - Sunday, April 24 Weekend nights in April are a perfect time to stroll out 150 year old streets, and pick up some great local deals on merchandise. Breck Ascent Series April 6 at 5:30pm Hike, skin, bike, crawl, shoe, or roll up the mountain- but you have to ski/board down. One of the most intense and innovative races in Breckenridge. 5 Til 5 at the Terrain Park Thursday, April 7 - Thursday, April 21 from 2 - 5pm For those park junkies, the 5 chair will be open for an extra hour every Thursday in April. Breckenridge Beer Festival April 9 from 1 - 5pm 20 Breweries, 50 degree days, beautiful mountain town- come and get it! Imperial Challenge Saturday, April 16 One of the most physically challenging races you will find- 6 mile bike ride from town to peak 8, 2,500 foot hike to the top of peak 8, then an easy ride down to the base of 8 (if you survive). Spring Fever Fashion Show April 23 Local Breckenridge products on display in our mountain chic riverwalk center event. Ripperoo’s Mascot Olympics April 23 Mascots from around the state will compete in masco-lympics, kids of all ages welcome. Weekend-Long Easter Egg Hunt April 23 & Sunday, April 24
International Snow Sculpting Championships 2011
Posted by toby | Tuesday, January 25, 2011
- Each team may sculpt for up to 65 hours, day and night, from January 25th – January 29th.
- The teams use hand tools to carve their sculptures without the aid of power tools. The blocks of snow weigh approximately 20 tons and is 10’ x 10’ x 12’.
- The awards ceremony is at 3 p.m. at the Riverwalk Center amphitheatre on Sunday the 30th.
- Sculptures will be on display for the public February 6th, if the temps stay cold enough.
- Sculptures are lit through the night for viewing, with fantastic LED lighting that will bring out every dimension of this fantastic artwork like never before.
- Bring the whole family, this event has something for people of all ages, including kids’ interactive snow sculpture on the Riverwalk Center lawn- 8 foot pipe is all I am saying.
- The Event headquarters and Snow Lounge are inside the Riverwalk Center , where you can purchase merchandise and see the history of the Breckenridge International Snow Sculpture Championships.
- Check out the sponsor sculptures in the Blue River Plaza. Each of the blocks is carved to thank our major event sponsors.
- Visitors get the chance to participate in the People’s Choice voting, for$1 you can place a vote for your favorite sculpture. Voting occurs on site until 2 p.m. on January 29th, 2011.
Breckenridge Opening Day 2010/2011 is here!
Posted by toby | Friday, November 12, 2010
Breckenridge Oktoberfest 2010- our last, best party of summer!
Posted by toby | Sunday, September 12, 2010
Breckenridge Oktoberfest page, lodging deals too! We still have plenty of lodging left for your vacation, at discount picing!
Breckenridge Beer Festival 2010
Posted by toby | Thursday, July 1, 2010
Breckenridge Kingdom Days 2010- schedule of events
Posted by toby | Friday, June 18, 2010
Posted by admin | Thursday, June 10, 2010
Breckenridge film festival-Breckenridge festival of film
Posted by toby | Thursday, June 11, 2009
Thursday, June 11
Indie movies playing all day long from 10am-4pm
4pm at the Breckenridge Theatre-Peaks on the Past by Wendy Wolfe
7pm at the skyline theatre in Dillon- Whatever Works
9pm at River Mountain Lodge-President’s Party
Friday June 12th at the Breckenridge Film Festival
9-3 Indies at the speakeasy
3-11 Independent Films and filmmaker questions
6pm at Skyline Theatre, Dillon -answer man
9pm at the Skyline Theatre, Dillon- What Goes up
Super Saturday June 13- Breckenridge Festival of Film
9-3 Indies at the speakeasy
3-11 Independent Films
9-11 Film Studies
10-11Films from Summit High School students
3pm at the Skyline Theatre, Dillon- Race to Witch Mountain
6pm at the Skyline Theatre, Dillon- Paper Heart
9pm at the Skyline Theatre, Dillon- Hump Day
7pm Open Mic Night– Cecilia's, Breckenridge
Final day Of the Breckenridge Film Festival Sunday June 14th
10-3 Best of Fest Films at the Speakeasy
5 Breckenridge Film Festival Awards Ceremony
6 at the Skyline Theatre, Dillon- In the Loop
8:30 Breckenridge Festival of film closing Party at the Blue River Bistro
If you are looking for lodging during you film fest experience, please visit us at www.breckenridgeresortmanagers.com
4th of July in Breckenridge is on way
Posted by toby | Wednesday, June 3, 2009
- Breckenridge 4Th of July Parade
- Fireworks display over peak 8
- water fight and other activities for the kids
- mountain bike races
- free concerts at the river walk center
- food and drink
- town tours
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